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This unit was about the various conditional statements used in English as well as how to report what someone has said without directly quoting them. It was all a lot more complicated than I thought it would be, because there were a lot of rules I'd been following instinctively without being aware of. I've never thought about if/how the tense/time words should change when reporting speech, I've always just done it automatically, so I think it's going to be hard to remember what the actual rules are. I was also unaware of the differing structures and names for the conditionals covered in this unit. Obviously, learning the actual rules for these things is very helpful as it makes explaining them much easier.